We must impose structure upon ourselves, so we don't spill out the door and soak in too quickly. Department of Homeland Inspiration found her show on the road all the way in O h i o where a river names it. Rather than the usual (found art), we'll share a travel log of work in process.
With collaborator and art rock of a friend, Nanette Yannuzzi:
|A performance workshop - both making and doing: with Oberlin College sculpture students|
|what you do with what you are given|
When making art we are taught to say to ourselves:
"who is my audience?" Hmmmm
In this case it was just us, no spectators, only doers. Perhaps, by playing with the residue of the sketch, the next audience is you, so ... you hoo ..
|Yes, strolling trombonist accompanied and intoned the actions while dismantling the traditional jaunty song, blowing it apart, up down slide to part and rejoin |
( Imagine edited video clip here)
|Trouble that rimes with T|
|Therefore, we requested a (professional) meditator, so in the zone. Amidst a slough of maps resuscitated from dumpster by resourceful teacher|
|Cartographer etches the continents|
Purposeful conveyer of the future. Have a great week, you hoo, whom. And what's behind the scenes of your brain, your walk on the planet? Your work and play? firstname.lastname@example.org.